Sugar Detox Plan Part 1

A proven sugar detox plan could mean the difference between you having an easier time losing weight, eating well, and feeling great or continuing to suffer with candida overgrowth, debilitating cravings and packing on pounds of excess fat.

So if you’ve been gripped by sugar’s deadly claws, the powerful sugar detox plan in this post will save your body and your health.

Step 1 – Decide to Detox

The first step is all in your mind, as you must make the decision to detox your body from sugar and lower the amounts of sugar you consume. You should consider taking a pre-diabetic test, and check your sugar levels in the blood stream.

Even if you do not take the test, a simple answer for the following questions will do :

  • Do you have belly fat?
  • Do you crave for sugar?
  • Do you feel you are overweight?
  • Do you have troubles losing weight?
  • Do you eat when you are not hungry?
  • Do you need more of the same foods that make you feel good?
  • Do you get withdrawal symptoms if you reduce the amount of sugar you consume?
  • Do you experience bloating, irritable bowel, muscle pain, brain fog or mood problems?

If you answer yes to 80% of the questions, you should really consider cutting down on sugar.

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28 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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  1. ThinkTalk says:

    Pretty informative. Shared on my site. Thanks.

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the post. It has become essential after holidays. Many people like to joke about how they need a sugar rush for a boost of energy, but in reality, sugar will spike your energy levels for a very short amount of time, and make you feel excessively tired and drained later on. Cutting out all sugar from your diet will result in your feeling twice as energetic as normal for an extended period of time, which can really have a major impact on your workouts. If you’ve ever felt sluggish or tired while working out, it could have been due to excess sugar intake. Now, you’ll be able to burn more fat as a result of going through a sugar detox and exercising more efficiently.

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  2. ThinkTalk says:

    Looking forward to Part II

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    1. GS says:

      Coming out today!!!!

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  3. I need to start the new year off with this.

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    1. GS says:

      That’s a good way to start the day.

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  4. HDHANSFORD says:

    Something everyone should do!

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  5. Miamii Mansour says:

    I needed this!

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    1. GS says:

      Sugar can make you feel sluggish, bloated, and anxious, so why do you still crave it? It’s addicting. Raise your hand if you crave dessert after dinner, frequently find yourself buying packaged foods, or tend to eat out or order in a few times a week. Sound like you? You’re probably consuming more sugar in your diet than you think, even if you’re not pounding soda or eating candy. The problem is, sugar activates the same reward center in your brain that cocaine does, so it can be addictive. But doing a sugar detox can help you cut sugar cravings and reverse some of the side effects of too much sugar.

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  6. sravanica says:

    Thanks for sharing

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    1. GS says:

      Most welcome. I have written 5 parts. Hope you like them all.

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  7. sravanica says:

    Definitely i will read it.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you!!

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  8. David C. says:

    Great article! Sugar impacts our health in so many ways, it’s important to control our intake. However, it takes a lot of willpower and commitment to reduce your intake.

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    1. GS says:

      Eliminate stress. In studies stress reduces food consumption… unless the food is high sugar, then intake increases. Another study of 65,000 adults showed that higher levels of stress were associated with greater intake of snacks and fast foods. This is because the idea of “comfort food” is very real. In a stressful situations people gravitate towards things that make them feel good. Studies show that one way to increase serotonin production is to increase carbohydrate consumption.

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  9. Trish Aspan says:

    Cutting back sugar is def my goal this 2021…

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    1. GS says:

      Great plan Trish. Sugar might taste good to you, but processed sugars aren’t good for you. Eating a lot of refined, added sugars can lead to headaches, low energy levels, and inflammation. Cutting sugar out of your diet will likely decrease inflammation, boost your energy levels, and improve your ability to focus.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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  10. I use jaggery instead of white sugar.

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    1. GS says:

      Also works

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    2. Manjusha says:

      Is it helpful?
      or avoiding completely is beneficial?

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      1. GS says:

        Beneficial.

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